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Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a whole ecosystem to build and sustain a startup in Singapore. Industries such as technology, medicine and food are getting crowded as more startups emerge and disrupt the status quo of business. According to the Economic Development Board (EDB), there are currently 55,000 startups in Singapore, and that number is growing rapidly. In order to stand out as a startup in an already booming industry, start-ups have to set their business apart from the others and only few has managed to do so successfully. So what do these few have in common? Join us for an intimate conversation with our panelists who breathe and live start-ups as we discuss how the Singapore start-up ecosystem has developed and evolved over the years, the industries that have been and will soon be disrupted, the key factors examined by investors when deciding where to invest and when start-ups should seek investments from a VC, Angel or CVC.
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